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Well here in my center they are really pushing the friends and family aspect but unless you have someone from your immediate household then I'd say no.

I've opted out myself by stating that I am not comfortable working in close contact for hours on end with random strangers. You have no idea what they do outside of work, who they interact with and how invested they are in their health and that of others.

Besides we've all already been doing more than average peak volume since this spring so it shouldn't be a work load issue.


Coronavirus? What coronavirus?
My center is using helpers optionally...

For most, it's just people they know, or are related to.
Otherwise, they're declining.